posted on May, 26 2005 @ 02:24 AM
Its an owl.
Sorry to break it to you.
But hey, the Owl is a really special bird. I mean, it makes up only a small percentage of all bird species, but its the only one that has two eyes
that look IN THE SAME DIRECTION.
This is why it is used allegorically.
The other reason being, that it is a silent Night Stalker.
The eyes looking the same way can be interpreted as 'containing both extremes', because you have the two eyes physically the same seeing the same
thing slightly differently. And this apparently makes the Owl a very important symbolic image for 'controlling both sides'.
Now you see, hoo hoo
Also, the Owl ties in with the Goddess of Death, or the destructive of the 3 goddess aspects, from pagan Europe. And of course Molech....
Here's a Celtic goddess, seemingly innocent:
he Maiden form of the Triple Goddess; her symbol was the owl; goddess of the Earth in bloom.wisdom, lunar mysteries, initiations....
She can be viewed as a May Queen, bound in sacred marriage to sacrificial king who must eventually be sacrificed to her and through her to his
Other than the vulture, one site remarks: "The Goddess as a symbol of death is represented as an owl as represented in Hungary and Lemnos by
owl-shaped burial urns with umbilical cords or human vulva dating back to 3000 B.C"
Veiled Goddess worshup I tells yah